Something to Tweet About: Social Media Posts of the Week

by Dan Dashnaw in Main

There’s a ton of great blog content being created these days, and I’m well-aware that sifting through it all can be a bit overwhelming at times. For the sake of helping to ease the strain on your own filter, I’m now packaging up the most valuable posts that I’ve uncovered in my weekly web explorations. Enjoy.

The Fine Line Between Analysis and Excuses | Altitude Branding
- Amber Naslund talks about strategy vs. hesitation when sitting on the social media sidelines.

Digital Darwinism will change the marketing ecosystem for Brand Managers | Hard Knox Life
- Survival of the fittest for brands as they adopt SM - an excellent analysis by Dave Knox.

They are starting to “Get” the power « As Seen Through My Eyes…
- A local restaurant’s Twitter profile earns them a happy customer.

Why Is It So Hard to Shop for Enterprise Software?
- Why would you make it difficult for people to find out about your products? (it’s broke - please fix it)

The Importance of Staying Relevant | Greg Cangialosi - The Trend Junkie
- Brands must adapt to stay relevant in the economic climate, here’s why.

A Social Media Job Interview | Altitude Branding
- A social media readiness checklist. (thanks again, @ambercadabra)

How UGC Impacts Every Corner of Your Company | Bazaarblog
- Using customer input to add value. UGC beyond ecommerce.

The Marketing of Unmarketing, A History and Primer
-What traditional marketers need to learn to thrive in the age of SM - Jason Falls.

Lao Tzu and Lisa Haneberg on Leadership - The Brand Builder
- @thebrandbuilder breaks it down for you, as usual.  Quality.

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2 Responses to “Something to Tweet About: Social Media Posts of the Week”

  1. Greg Cangialosi

    06. Mar, 2009

    Thanks for the link Dan! Great round up of posts! Keep up the great work!


  2. Dan Dashnaw

    06. Mar, 2009

    No problem at all, Greg. Thanks for stopping by, and I appreciate the kind words…

    I’ll do my best to keep pushing things out there. ;-)

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